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ANZA, CA, April 22, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Cahuilla Casino in scenic Anza, CA held a special ribbon-cutting event for new non-smoking room Saturday, April 7. A festive atmosphere prevailed as guests stopped to watch the huge red ribbon sliced apart by patron ambassador Paula Carlsen, wielding an over-sized pair of scissors.
"Our guests had asked for a great non-smoking room for a number of years. We heard, we listened and now we delivered," Michael J. Broderick, Cahuilla Casino's general manager, said. "The team and I are very proud to be giving our guests what they asked for – a non-smoking room where we will have the newest and best slot machines that are in the market," Broderick said. "Plus, the response has been fantastic and this is only the beginning. The entire casino team is working right now on bringing more new and innovative features to Cahuilla Casino, and we can't wait to tell everyone about them!"
Casino guests can now enjoy the latest thrilling slot games in the comfort of this special non-smoking area.
Located in the heart of the Anza Valley, Cahuilla Casino at Mountain Sky Travel Center is open 24 hours, 365 days a year for players 21 and up. The casino currently features over 346 slot machines, from classics and hard-to-find favorites to the latest games. Voted Best of the Inland Empire four years in a row, Roadrunner's Bar and Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week and has a full service bar. Cahuilla Casino's player's club offers members weekly promotions and free play offers, plus birthday, bonus, and VIP offers. Also, the Mountain Sky Travel Center, a convenience store and gas station is open 24 hours a day, with the lowest gas prices in the area.
The casino and travel center are located at 52702 Highway 371 in Anza, California and can be reached by calling (951) 763-1200. More information and directions can be found by visiting www.cahuillacasino.com.
Cahuilla Casino at Mountain Sky Travel Center is proudly owned and operated by the Cahuilla Band of Indians.
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